Just a little Franky/Matty moment, partly inspired by Franky breaking into Matty's house in the finale. Please be nice when reviewing!

Matty smiled slightly to himself as he heard his bedroom door being gently pushed open, almost as if the person opening it didn't want to wake up anyone else in the house. He kept his eyes closed while he felt her sit on the end of his bed; he knew she was waiting for him, she knew he was awake.

Franky had taken to sneaking into his house sometimes, whenever she felt lonely, whenever she felt scared, or whenever she just simply wanted to see him. He didn't mind. In fact he welcomed her anytime, but she said that she felt uncomfortable around his dad. Matty was fine disobeying his rules-he and Nick had shown the elder Levan exactly what they thought of him- but Franky preferred it when he didn't know she was here and so didn't give her accusing looks whenever she went into Matty's bedroom.

Plus Nick would often want to hang out with them, and while Franky liked Nick, sometimes she just wanted to be alone with Matty.

He opened his eyes to find Franky watching him; she gave him a small smile.

"Have you any idea how early it is?" he asked teasingly.

She grinned and lay down next to him, her above the covers, him under, and they wrapped their arms around each other, just holding each other close.

"Didn't think you'd mind," she murmured into his shoulder.

Matty replied simply by gently kissing her neck, causing her to tilt back her head, encouraging him to do it more-she loved it when he kissed her neck. However, he didn't like to kiss her a lot while she was in his bed in case it scared her, while he had told her he wouldn't do anything she didn't want him to, the last thing he wanted was for her to become as terrified as she had that day in the woods. He wouldn't risk it.

Instead, he whispered, "hmm you're a beautiful sight to wake up to," and he felt her smile against him. She simply glowed whenever he complimented her appearance, Matty knew that she needed to hear it, and he was always more than willing to tell her.

"Much better than Nick walking around in his boxers before he's even had a shower, asking me if I've stolen his deodorant," he carried on, causing her to let out an adorable giggle.

They weren't together officially, at least not for now. Yet there was something between them, less than a relationship, but definitely more than friends. For now they were content with what they had, and chose to simply enjoy each other's company whenever they got the opportunity.